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[Imposition] A Starting Imposition Guide
The OP clearly and unequivocally misdefines imposition as pure visualisation:
(10-25-2012, 01:47 AM)QContrary Wrote: When your tulpa uses spatial visualization to overlay themselves over your physical vision, you'll be able to see them. Not with your eyes, but with your mind. And that's imposition.
Imposition is hallucinating your tulpa, last I checked.

NotAnonymous, your interpretation is optimistic. The OP never talked about the kind of distinctions that you're making. They never mentioned hallucinations either. They do mention that you can 'go further', though not clarifying. What the OP is clear on is what they thing imposition is: the definition I quoted above.

Given this horrible, horrible potential for misunderstanding by readers - I suspect the OP made this misunderstanding themselves - I disapprove very strongly. This is exactly the kind of thing that should leave no doubt in your minds whether to disapprove or not, and I'm kind of disappointed that others have approved or blank voted of this already.

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4/9 Disapprove, unstickied by 2-17-2014.
A chat was started about this guide and my proposed warning label that would let it skirt through its obvious definition issues and let it through to approved (from me) would be :

Aside from inescapable definition issues, we feel that this guide provides a positive way to start pre-hallucination imposition and may help with visualizaton. Please do note that this person's definition of imposition differs from that of the community at large in that he does not define it as being a true hallucination but rather as nothing but vivid visualization.
I would approved for tips and tricks if the end was changed. I am a fan of that two way imposition thing. I believe it requires an equal amount of effort from both parties.

This isn't a guide and I strongly disagree with OP about the last part of this little tips so I'm sorry but I have to disapprove it.
"Assert the supremacy of your Imaginal acts over facts and put all things in subjection to them... Nothing can take it from but your failure to persist in imagining the ideal realized."

-Neville Goddard

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